New feature broadens Libraries’ Scan and Deliver service

The libraries are pleased to introduce a new button to “request chapter/article scan” found in the bibliographic record for any user logged into their library account. (Please see screen shot below) When selected, the button sends you to the “Article/Book Chapter Request” form. Initially rolled out to faculty, it is now available to all members… Keep reading

Two new virtual workshop series: Research Productivity and Digital Literacies

The Vanderbilt Libraries are pleased to announce two exciting new virtual workshop series: Research Productivity and Digital Literacies: Research Productivity Series:  To be productive, researchers must identify relevant research, sift through and organize it to suit their scholarly purposes, and present it effectively to others. Researchers are apt to get stuck at any of these… Keep reading

New Peabody Library Research Channel

Peabody librarians have created a new digital Library Research Channel, designed to demystify the research process: https://researchguides.library.vanderbilt.edu/peabodyresearch. The Research Channel has content for everyone: Undergraduate students – university-level research includes several parts, and starting early will help make sure you’re not pushing everything until the last minute. Find out more. Graduate & professional students –… Keep reading

Law Librarian’s Research Guide Instrumental in Passing COVID-19 Anti-racism Legislation

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought forth increasing xenophobic acts of hatred and aggression against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Since January 2020, there have been over 1,800 reports of anti-Asian discrimination incidents related to COVID-19.* In an effort to combat these incidents, Vanderbilt University Law School Immigration Research Clinic students worked pro bono to assist… Keep reading

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Subscription Now Available to Digitalia Hispánica

The library has recently acquired a one-year subscription to Digitalia Hispánica http://www.digitaliapublishing.com.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/ This database includes access to over 30,000 Spanish language e-books (mainly Iberian) and about 5,000 e-journals. You can search this as a separate database but all the titles are also listed in our catalog. The e-books include a wide range of disciplines but… Keep reading

Enhanced Catalog Records Make It Easier to Find Hathi Trust Resources Quickly

The libraries have added Hathi Trust links to library catalog records for titles that we have in print.  As many of us know, in order to comply with Hathi Trust’s  ETAS agreement, we cannot circulate our print copy of a book that is in copyright at the same time the HT copy is checked out…. Keep reading

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Interlibrary loan and remote resources during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Vanderbilt Libraries continue to provide critical resources for research in a manner that maintains your safety and security. Since early March, we have fulfilled 3,170 e-requests for Vanderbilt patrons and delivered 3,070 e-requests to other libraries around the world.Contact Vanderbilt’s Interlibrary Loan department to request titles for your research. We have access to temporarily… Keep reading

Documenting the pandemic: Heard Libraries launch COVID-19 Archive

If you’re a Vanderbilt student, 2020 graduate or faculty or staff member, the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries invite you to document your experience of the COVID-19 pandemic for historians and future generations. Keep reading…

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COVID19: Business Impacts Research Guide

The business librarians at the Walker Management Library have created a new research guide, COVID-19: Business Impacts, with quality resources addressing the effects of the COVID-19 virus on industries, businesses, consumers, and the worldwide economy.  COVID-19 is changing the landscape of every aspect of the business world in an unprecedented way, and the resources our librarians have collected address both general and specific aspects of the… Keep reading

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New LibGuide of Academic Content Shared by Publishers during the Pandemic

In an effort to share information during the COVID-19  pandemic, many academic publishers are moving as quickly as possible to assist libraries moving to online courses. In some cases, they have made content free for all users and in other cases, they have removed user limits to subscribed access. When possible, we will make this content available for… Keep reading

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